LSUS LADY PILOTS ADD SEVEN TO 2006-2007 ROSTER
August 14, 2006
Edie Leonards is a 5’7” junior transfer guard from Louisiana College. She was a two time all conference selection who averaged 15 points and 7.6 rebounds a game last year. Leonards is from Hackberry, LA, where she won four consecutive state championships while in high school. Quan Joseph is a 5’11” sophomore transfer post player from Tyler Junior College. Joseph is from Breaux Bridge, LA where she averaged 23.1 points and 9.3 rebounds per game her senior year. She was also parish champion in the shot put, discus, and high jump her senior year. Chandra Allen is a 5’4” junior transfer point guard from Lon Morris Junior College. Allen is from Wichita Falls, TX where she was all district four years in high school. She averaged 5.4 points and 4.2 assist per game last year at Lon Morris. Jamine Dettmering is a 5’9” junior transfer forward from Marshalltown Community College in Iowa. Jamine averaged 7 points and 4.2 rebounds per game last year and is originally from Port Byron, IL. Teokea Wilkerson is a 5’3” junior transfer point guard from the University of Arkansas Monticello. Wilkerson was a standout point guard from Byrd High School and is coming home to finish her two years of eligibility. Teokea averaged 3 points and 3.1 assist per game in 27 games last year at UAM. She played over 20 minutes per game while finishing the year with a two to one assist to turnover ratio. Tish Flowers is a 5’7” point guard from South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas, TX, where she was a four time all district player that averaged 9.7 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4 assist, and 3.6 steals per game as a senior. She also had 14 steals in one game last year. Tish also finished ranked number 2 in her senior class academically. Terriyon Fairley is a 5’10” forward from Scotlandville Magnet High School in Baton Rouge, LA. She was a 3 time all district player that averaged 15.6 points and 8.9 rebounds per game her senior year.
“With our top three of four scorers coming back and the addition of these young ladies, this should be a fun year,” commented Coach Howell. “We were able to get experience at every position, and we think the two freshmen will come in and make an immediate impact as well.” “There will be competition for playing time at every position, and that should make us better and deeper than we have ever been.”